- Google has also introduced three emergency, out-of-band, security updates for the Chrome browser.
- As before, there is a high-risk zero-day threat to be fixed which has already started to be taken advantage of by the hackers.
- This is the problem for almost all the big platforms Windows, macOS, Linux and Android.
- Google has already introduced an emergency update to its Windows, Mac and Linux desktop clients in the flesh of its version 100.0.4896.127.
A recent news article published in the News Track Live reveals a big news for those who run Google Chrome, do it today or else.
Chrome’s emergency update
The search engine giant said in a statement that it was also “present in a wild for CVE-2022-1362”. Google revealed that chrome’s emergency update has also fixed 2 security threats in the web browser. It is learnt that cyber hackers have also started actively exploiting one of them.
According to a report, Chrome’s emergency update in 2022 has also been introduced as the third of its kind, which has also been actively introduced to fix the explosive zero-day security bug.
Zero-day threats have become a critically necessary issue
While zero-day threats have become a critically necessary issue, updates are also set to be introduced for 3200 million users of the Google web browser in the coming weeks.
It’s worth noting that there’s a way to install it right now, but more is going to come later.
The new threat found on Chrome is also being identified as CVE-2022-1364, with reports saying that the V8 has a kind of confusion.
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Source: News Track Live